Ross seniors Jared and Ethan Forman at the Ross School of Business on Wednesday.

“Pantry dropping good” boasts the motto of Dozen’s Cookies, a gourmet cookie company founded by Business seniors Ethan and Jared Forman, who are twins.

Students and other audience members gather for an event in Rackham in 2015.

In a Capital Consulting Group meeting Monday evening, LSA sophomore Shriyance Jain laid a bold future for his organization, the University of Michigan’s newest consulting group.

Ross senior Austin Rief presents his start-up called "The Morning Brew" at the start-up competition at Stamps Auditorium on Friday.

The University of Michigan Center for Entrepreneurship’s Startup Competition completed its first non-qualifying round on Friday afternoon in front of a crowd of over 200 students, faculty and local businesspeople at the Stamps Auditorium on North Campus.

Ted London, Ross faculty member and Vice President of the Scale Impact Initiative at the William Davidson Institute, speaks at the Positive Links Speaker Series in Ross on Tuesday.

Business faculty member Ted London spoke about the need for private enterprise to develop solutions on a large scale to tackle global poverty on Tuesday at the Ross School of Business.

Ross School of Business junior Prashant Toteja and School of Information junior Charles Shin present their startup idea at the Center for Entrepreneurship's Startup Competition in the TechArb on Tuesday.

A panel of four judges entertained pitches for nearly four hours in the middle of the TechArb office as entrepreneurial teams took part in the initial phase of the University of Michigan Center for Entrepreneurship’s premier contest, the Startup Competition.

Author Adam Grant speaks about positive business organization strategies at the Ross School of Business on Wednesday.

Robertson Auditorium was filled with about 500 students, faculty and staff who came to see the first talk of the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business Center for Positive Organizations Positive Links Speaker Series this semester which featured University alum Adam Grant Wednesday

Spin the Bottle presents a new approach to dating apps.

Spin the Bottle, a new dating app launched at the end of 2016 by entrepreneur Matt Cohen and software developers Andrew Stanton and Nish Patel, is aiming to revolutionize the world of dating apps.

Companies in Ann Arbor looking to increase foot traffic and sales can now advertise in nearby locations, serving the local small business community and college students looking for discounts.   

Former Deans of Ross, Ross Dean Scott DeRue, University President Mark Schlissel, Jeff Blau, and Stephen Ross cut the ribbon at the grand opening of Blau Hall for the Ross School of Business in October 2016.

Two University of Michigan Ross School of Business alumni and former classmates, Harry Zhang and Leore Avidar, were honored on the Forbes 30 Under 30